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500 Marawi shelters to be finished by Dec

ILIGAN City — The government is optimistic it can complete the construction of 500 to 600 temporary shelters for Marawi evacuees December 15 despite constant heavy rain that made the undertaking a challenge. Assistant Secretary Felix J. Castro, Jr., Field Office Manager of Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM), said the ...

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Netnet Camomot  AS long as Guyito is on the front page of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, we’re assured the national broadsheet will continue to keep on going and going like the Energizer Bunny on a… Wait, I’ve been using that Bunny in describing the Marawi siege, it’s time to look ...

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Destura takes over as new police chief for Misor

MISAMIS Oriental has a new police director. Senior Supt. Rolando Destura assumed as provincial police director, replacing Senior Supt. Manuel Sukarno Alvarez. Alvarez was sent to Camiguin where he would serve as police director of the small island province. Misamis Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano welcomed Destura, saying he expects ...

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Earth: Ours to love, to save

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental–The earth is now teeming with 7.5 billion people that need food, shelters and who are endlessly competing to meet  non- elemental wants all of which are wrecking havoc to the planet. The runaway population demands that great tracks of land and bodies of waters have ...

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Revolutionary government

Batas Mauricio IT is appearing all too clear by now that a big part of the protest against the burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani on of former President Marcos is being re-directed against President Duterte, either to cause his supporters to withdraw their support from him and weaken ...

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‘Colanggo statement vs De Lima credible’

By LITO RULONA, Correspondent Regional State Prosecutor Jaime Umpa said the statement of robbery convict Herbert Colanggo against former-justice secretary and now Senator Leila de Lima at the Senate hearing on Tuesday is credible and valid . Umpa said Colanngo’s statement including that of the other witnesses and National Bureau ...

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Empowering newborns

Ian Alfredo Magno  ACCORDING to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated number of 2.7 million babies die every year in their first month of life.  Studies show the 48 hours immediately following birth is the most crucial period for newborn survival.  This is when the child should receive critical attention. ...

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Hundreds of VCMs tested in place in Oro

By CONG CORRALES Associate Editor with LITO RULONA, Correspondent THE chairperson and members of the Board of Elections Inspectors of cluster precinct number 7 in Consolacion Elementary School, this city, discovered a big crack at the bottom of the receptacle bin of the vote counting machine during the final testing and sealing ...

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